“FedHealthIT100” Names Sentar Executive to Its 2018 List
April Nadeau, VP (DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps), Recognized for Driving Change and Advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology Market
Huntsville, AL – November 21, 2017 – Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business, is pleased to announce that April Nadeau, VP (DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps), has been named to the 2018 “FedHealthIT100” list by FedHealthIT Magazine.
The FedHealthIT100 honors those individuals recognized for driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology Market. Nominated and chosen by their peers, some common themes among those who were selected include the desire and willingness to challenge conventional wisdom, to go above and beyond, to drive innovation, and to give back to the larger Federal Health IT and Consulting community.
As Sentar’s Vice President DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps, April leads all SPAWAR, Defense Health Agency, and Veterans Administration programs for Sentar. In this capacity, she is responsible for managing multiple programs, people and processes, achieving positive results through energetic individual effort and efficient resource management. April fosters small business growth by increasing the potential business base for contracting opportunities by facilitating meetings with Federal Healthcare leads/decision makers. April is active among a variety of philanthropic organizations: Charleston Defense Contractor Association; Women in Defense, Palmetto Chapter; Palmetto Cyber Defense Challenge; Lean In Circle Leader; and, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA).
“April has been a small business leader and advocate for over 10 years, with 4 of those years specifically dedicated to the Defense Health Community,” said Bridget Abashian, CEO, Sentar. “She has continually given her time, passion, effort, and intellect to helping both Sentar and industry partners navigate the complex, evolving Defense Health landscape. There is no more deserving member of the profession for this award than April Nadeau.”
Click here for a link to the magazine: Winter 2017 FedHealthIT Magazine